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2009
  • High Population of Individualized SWCNTs through the Adsorption of Water-Soluble Perylenes,C. Backes et al, JACS (2009) 131, 2172
  • Coating Individual SWCNT with Nylon 6,10 through Emulsion Polymerization,W. C.  Chen et al, Applied Materials & Interfaces (2009) 1, 1821
  • Environmentally Friendly Functionalization of SWCNT in molten urea,C. D.  Doyle and J. M. Tour, Carbon (2009) 47, 3215
  • Solution Manipulation of SWCNT and Their Applications in Electrochemistry, D. Wang, Ph.D. Thesis, Ohio University (2009)
  • Diameter Tuning of SWCNT with Reaction Temperature Using a Co Monometallic Catalyst, N. Li, J. Phys. Chem. C (2009) 113, 10070
  • Effect of Chromium Addition to the Co-MCM-41 Catalyst in the Synthesis of SWCNT, C. Z. Loebick et al, Applied Catalysis A: General (2009) 368, 40
  • Long-Term Improvements to Photoluminescence and Dispersion Stability by Flowing SDS-SWNT Suspensions through Microfluidic Channels, C. A. Silvera-Batista et al, JACS (2009) 131, 12721
  • Do Inner Shells of Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Fluoresce? D.A. Tsyboulski et al, Nano Lett (2009) 9, 3282
  • In Vivo Therapeutic Silencing of Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 1 Alpha (HIF-1 ) Using Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Noncovalently Coated with siRNA, G. Bartholomeusz et al, Nano Research (2009) 2, 279
  • Multidomain Peptides as SWCNT Surfactants in Cell Culture, E.L. Bakota et al, Biomacromolecules (2009) 10, 2201
  • Strategy for High Concentration Nanodispersion of SWCNT with Diameter Selectivity, C. Biswas et al, J. Phys. Chem. C (2009) 113, 10044
  • Selective Enhancement of Carbon Nanotube Photoluminescence by Resonant Energy Transfer, Ahmad et al, Chem. Phys. Chem. (2009) 10, 905
  • Fluorescence Quenching of SWCNTs with Transition-Metal Ions, J. Brege et al, J. Phys. Chem. C (2009) 113, 4270
  • Investigation of Optimal Parameters for Oxide-Assisted Growth of Vertically Aligned SWCNTs, C. Pint et al, J. Phys. Chem. C (2009) 113, 4125
 
2008
  • Swelling the Micelle Core Surrounding SWCNTs with Water-immiscible Organic Solvents, R. Wang et al, JACS (2008) 130, 16330
  • Improving the Effectiveness of Interfacial Trapping in Removing SWCNT Bundles, R.K. Wang et al, JACS (2008) 130, 14721
  • Structure-dependent Reactivity of SWCNTs with benzenediazonium salts, C. Doyle et al, JACS 130, 6795 (2008)
  • Self-Assembling Peptide Coatings Designed for Highly Luminescent Suspension of SWCNT, D.A. Tsyboulski et al, JACS (2008) 130, 17134
  • Selective photochemical functionalization of surfactant-dispersed SWCNT in water,N.T. Alvarez et al, JACS (2008) 130, 14227
  • Efficient photosensitized energy transfer and near-IR fluorescence from porphyrin–SWNT complexes, J. Casey et al, J. Materials Chem. (2008) 18, 1510
  • Preferred Functionalization of Metallic and Small-diameter SWCNTs via reductive alkylation, D. Wunderlich et al, J. Materials Chem. (2008) 18, 1493
  • Preferred Functionalization of Metallic and Small-diameter SWCNTs by Nucleophilic Addition of Organolithium and Magnesium Compounds Followed by Reoxidation, D. Wunderlich et al, Eur. J. Chem. (2008) 14, 1607
  • Stable Luminescence from Individual Carbon Nanotubes in Acidic, Basic, and Biological Environments, J. Duque et al, JACS (2008) 130, 2626
  • Antenna chemistry with metallic SWCNT, J. Duque et al, JACS (2008) 130, 15340
  • Spectroscopic Studies of Carbon Nanotubes, R. Zhang, M.S. Thesis, Ohio University (2008)
 
2007 and earlier
  • Temperature and pH-responsive SWCNT Dispersions, D. Wang and L. Chen, Nano Lett (2007) 7, 1480
  • Interfacial Trapping of SWCNT Bundles, R.K. Wang et al, JACS (2007) 129, 15124
  • Fluorescence Quenching of SWCNT in SDBS Surfactant Suspension by Metal Ions: Quenching Efficiency as a Function of Metal and Nanotube Identity, J. J. Brege et al, J. Phys. Chem. (2007) 111, 17812
  • SWCNT PEG-eggs: SWCNTs in Biocompatible Shell-crosslinked Micelles, R. Wang et al, Carbon (2007) 45, 2388
  • Structure-dependent Fluorescence Efficiencies of Individual SWCNTs, D.A. Tsyboulski et al, Nano Lett (2007) 7, 3080
  • Peptides that Non-covalently Functionalize SWCNTs to give controlled solubility characteristics, L.S. Witus et al, J. Materials Chem. (2007) 17, 1909
  • Templated Synthesis of SWCNT and Metal Nanoparticle Assemblies in Solution, D. Wang et al, JACS (2006) 128, 15078
  • Dielectrophoresis Field Flow Fractionation of SWCNT, H. Peng et al, JACS (2006) 128, 8397
  • Functionalization of SWCNT "On Water", B. K. Price and J. M. Tour, JACS (2006) 128, 12899
  • Mammalian Pharmacokinetics of Carbon Nanotubes Using Intrinsic Near-infrared Fluorescence, P. Cherukuri et al, PNAS (2006) 103, 18882
  • Developing Implantable Optical Biosensors, K.J. Ziegler, Trends in Biotechnol (2005) 23, 440
 

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